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Just because I am against child pornography I can't be against censorship? Just because I'm against Fascism I can't be against Communism? Just because I'm against overreaching copy restriction I can't be against rampart copyright infringments?
The world isn't black and white.
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hahahha oh I know that feeling. Specially when I call Radio Shack for a customer and ask if they have any NICs. The sales girl replies - 'we have something called an Ethernet card, but no Nics.'
Or they day I show up to fix an adsl line and the customer tells me there has been a mistake. He wants a tech, not sales.
I can certainly appreciate that they want to do better, but it still amazes me that we send people into F'ING SPACE with less than 1% failure rate.
Unless you want to send people into space with a greater than 1% failure rate, sending them into space with LESS than a 1% failure rate seems more sensible. I don't know about you, but I would want the failure rate to be smaller, not larger.
Of course, the masters are "banks" that rose at the end of the 18th century, now based in "The City" and linked by the tradition of their lineage to the black magicians in Babylon, who followed Ezra to capture the second temple.
"You're basically saying A > A since this "anyone" includes "you" too.
So.. he hates Microsoft so much he does an infinite recursion of Cantor diagonalisation every time he thinks of them?
That's a lot of hate!
I must admit I myself have done the same thing. I realised my reliance on Google a few years ago and tried to use alternatives more most of my search needs, and then in a fix compare against Google results. The problem I found was that Google presents a single view of the web that while it may seem accurate isn't the whole picture. People would say to me "If Google can't find it then it dosn't exist", and then be surprised when I said I found it using Yahoo, Gigablast or Live.
Bring on more competitive search engines. If nothing else it will force Google to innovate because I don't see their current interface being the best view into the web.
I just did this myself. I ended up just shooting for cheap hardware on the theory that if it breaks in 2 years I can just replace it. I have a Quad Core Phernom with 8 gig of RAM and two 750gig drives. Chucked VMWare on it and havent had any issues running about 8 or so VM's on it. It also serves up media using TVersity and is a network share dump as well.
The biggest issue I have had so far, is Disk Driver perfomance. If you are planning on running multiple concurrent VM's then go for as many HDD's as you can. Stick the most load intensive ones on seperate drives and you will really see the benefits.